Ecclesiastes 6


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1 - I Have Seen Another Evil Under The Sun, And It Weighs Heavily On Men:
Ecclesiastes 6-1 - I Have Seen Another Evil Under The Sun, And ItI Have Seen Another Evil Under The Sun, And It Weighs Heavily On Men:
2 - God Gives A Man Wealth, Possessions And Honor, So That He Lacks Nothing His Heart Desires, But God Does Not Enable Him To Enjoy Them, And A Stranger Enjoys Them Instead. This Is Meaningless, A Grievous Evil.
Ecclesiastes 6-2 - God Gives A Man Wealth, Possessions And Honor,God Gives A Man Wealth, Possessions And Honor, So That He Lacks Nothing His Heart Desires, But God Does Not Enable Him To Enjoy Them, And A Stranger Enjoys Them Instead. This Is Meaningless, A Grievous Evil.
3 - A Man May Have A Hundred Children And Live Many Years; Yet No Matter How Long He Lives, If He Cannot Enjoy His Prosperity And Does Not Receive Proper Burial, I Say That A Stillborn Child Is Better Off Than He.
Ecclesiastes 6-3 - A Man May Have A Hundred Children And Live ManA Man May Have A Hundred Children And Live Many Years; Yet No Matter How Long He Lives, If He Cannot Enjoy His Prosperity And Does Not Receive Proper Burial, I Say That A Stillborn Child Is Better Off Than He.
4 - It Comes Without Meaning, It Departs In Darkness, And In Darkness Its Name Is Shrouded.
Ecclesiastes 6-4 - It Comes Without Meaning, It Departs In DarkneIt Comes Without Meaning, It Departs In Darkness, And In Darkness Its Name Is Shrouded.
5 - Though It Never Saw The Sun Or Knew Anything, It Has More Rest Than Does That Man-
Ecclesiastes 6-5 - Though It Never Saw The Sun Or Knew Anything,Though It Never Saw The Sun Or Knew Anything, It Has More Rest Than Does That Man-
6 - Even If He Lives A Thousand Years Twice Over But Fails To Enjoy His Prosperity. Do Not All Go To The Same Place?
Ecclesiastes 6-6 - Even If He Lives A Thousand Years Twice Over BEven If He Lives A Thousand Years Twice Over But Fails To Enjoy His Prosperity. Do Not All Go To The Same Place?
7 - All Man's Efforts Are For His Mouth, Yet His Appetite Is Never Satisfied.
Ecclesiastes 6-7 - All Man's Efforts Are For His Mouth, Yet His AAll Man's Efforts Are For His Mouth, Yet His Appetite Is Never Satisfied.
8 - What Advantage Has A Wise Man Over A Fool? What Does A Poor Man Gain By Knowing How To Conduct Himself Before Others?
Ecclesiastes 6-8 - What Advantage Has A Wise Man Over A Fool? WhaWhat Advantage Has A Wise Man Over A Fool? What Does A Poor Man Gain By Knowing How To Conduct Himself Before Others?
9 - Better What The Eye Sees Than The Roving Of The Appetite. This Too Is Meaningless, A Chasing After The Wind.
Ecclesiastes 6-9 - Better What The Eye Sees Than The Roving Of ThBetter What The Eye Sees Than The Roving Of The Appetite. This Too Is Meaningless, A Chasing After The Wind.
10 - Whatever Exists Has Already Been Named, And What Man Is Has Been Known; No Man Can Contend With One Who Is Stronger Than He.
Ecclesiastes 6-10 - Whatever Exists Has Already Been Named, And WWhatever Exists Has Already Been Named, And What Man Is Has Been Known; No Man Can Contend With One Who Is Stronger Than He.
11 - The More The Words, The Less The Meaning, And How Does That Profit Anyone?
Ecclesiastes 6-11 - The More The Words, The Less The Meaning, AndThe More The Words, The Less The Meaning, And How Does That Profit Anyone?
12 - For Who Knows What Is Good For A Man In Life, During The Few And Meaningless Days He Passes Through Like A Shadow? Who Can Tell Him What Will Happen Under The Sun After He Is Gone?
Ecclesiastes 6-12 - For Who Knows What Is Good For A Man In Life,For Who Knows What Is Good For A Man In Life, During The Few And Meaningless Days He Passes Through Like A Shadow? Who Can Tell Him What Will Happen Under The Sun After He Is Gone?


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